The 2013 edition of The Broad River Review was edited by C. V. Davis. The publication contains fiction, non-fiction, art, poetry, and photography. The cover, "Rainbow of Kayaks," was photographed by Kathleen Gunton. The winner of the J. Calvin Koontz Poetry Award, given annually for a portfolio of poetry to a senior English major, is Elizabeth Van Halsema. The Broad River Review Editor's Prize in Poetry is chosen among all submissions from Gardner-Webb University students. The winners of the poetry award are Hannah Mayfield for her work titled, "A Woman in Labor" and Amy Snyder for her work titled, "In the Company." The Rash Awards, named in honor of Ron Rash, a 1976 graduate of Gardner-Webb University, are awarded annually for outstanding works in poetry and fiction. The 2012 award recipients Abigail Lipscomb for her fiction work titled, “Carousel” and Karen Luke Jackson for her poem titled, “A Triptych on the First Anniversary of My Mother’s Death.” Jill McCorkle of Hillsborough, North Carolina, and Kathryn Stripling Byer of Cullowhee, North Carolina, served as judges for the fiction and poetry contests, respectively.
Access the complete run of the The Broad River Review literary journal on the Gardner-Webb University Archives Digital Commons site - http://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/brreview/ . The Broad River Review is the fourth title in Gardner-Webb’s library journal, access other titles on the Literary Societies and Publications collection page - http://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/literary-societies-and-pub/. To submit creative works for review and publication in The Broad River Review, visit - https://broadriverreview.org/
ABBYY FineReader 11.0
Access to this collection is unrestricted. Items published in this collection and made available through Digital Commons are copyright protected. The materials in this collection are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. Images and text may not be used for any commercial purposes without prior permission from Gardner-Webb University Archives or The Broad River Review.